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Francis Glass, Washingtonii Vita (ed. J.N. Reynolds), CAPUT OCTAVUM. (search)
consedit. Locus, quem jam occupabat, isti, Isti, (scilicet, loco,) “ to that (place). ” quem reliquerat, ferè similis fuit: intersepiri, enim, flumina inter HackensackiaThe Hackensack and Passaic, two rivers of New-Jersey. et Passaica, facilè poterat. Appropinquantibus igitur, hostibus, sese Novam ArcamNovam Arcam, “ Newark, ” in New-Jersey. recepit, ubi aliquandiu commoratus, quasi cum Comite Cornwallis, si opus fuerit, dimicaturus; at ob exercitûs infirmitatem, Brunsvicum, Brunsvicum, “ Brunswick, ” or, as it is sometimes called, New-Brunswick, also in Jersey. die, quo, Comes Cornwallis Novam Arcam intrârat, sese contulit. Brunsvico copias castra movere jussit Washingtonius, manipulumque præmisit, quasi cum hostibus confligendum sit. Nec locum hunc priùs reliquit, quàm Britannorum acies prima in conspectum venerit. Dominus Stirling, Dominus Stirling, “ Lord Stirling, ” a brave officer in the American service. hostium motus observandi causâ, Princetoniæ relictus es
burners. Stove-burn′er. A gas-burner specially arranged for heating. The Bunsen burner is preferred, as it gives a blue, smokeless flame, with great heat. Its due performance depends upon the proper admixture of gas and air. If gas be in excess, the flame gives light and smoke and little heat. If air be in excess, the mixture explodes, and the gas takes fire within the tube. See Griffin's Chemical handicraft, London, 1866, pages 96, 97. See also Die Spectralanalyse, Schellen, Braunschweig, 1870, page 18. Bunsen burners. Figs. 5924, 5925, 5926, 5927, show the mode of application, and several forms of the device. a, from Griffin. b, Rosette-burner (Griffin). c, Rosette-burner (Griffin). d, Bogart, 1867. e, Allen; patent, September 7, 1869. f, Bradley, 1865. g, McGlensey; patent, June 19, 1860. h, Osmond; patent, March 14, 1865. i, Griswold, 1868. j, Bloxam's Chemistry. k, Webb and Parkin, 1871. l, Lazear and Sharp, 1868. m, Hamilt